BAKERSFIELD, CA -- A California judge will soon decide who gets to keep the remains of cult leader and convicted killer Charles Manson.
The decision is expected to be posted online in the next few days. Manson's alleged son, grandson and pen pal who claims to have his will, are all fighting for rights to his remains.
As of March 8, 2018, Manson's body has not been cremated. He died in November of natural causes.
Manson was sentenced to nine life terms for orchestrating the deaths of seven pole in 1969.
He was 83.
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